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Mic noise Hi. Like 1 or 2 minutes after I start a conversation, a white noise comes up and stays for a long a while. Surely enough, my counterpart can only hear that noise. I've been trying to change the set up, but it keeps going. Any clues? Thanks for the help!

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Hi manolopzo,

there is some pormenors that we can't never forget: see the record level of your mic and the distance between the mic and the speakers. if the distance is litle and the record level is high, you'll always have that feedback sound.


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